Person:Vary Huyler (1)

Watchers
Vary Americus Mack Huyler
  1. Cassy J. Hyler1884 -
  2. Alicia Hyler1885 -
  3. Julie B. Hyler1890 -
  4. Lee W. Hyler1892 -
  5. Frank Lenard Hyler1894 -
  6. Mary E. Hyler1894 -
  7. Eula A. Hyler1895 -
  8. Vary Americus Mack Huyler1903 - 1976
m. 2 JAN 1931
  1. Betty Dolores Huyler1931 - 2005
  • HVary Americus Mack Huyler1903 - 1976
  • WRuth Sexton1913 - 2000
m. 1960
Facts and Events
Name[1] Vary Americus Mack Huyler
Gender Male
Birth[2] 2 APR 1903 Columbia, Richland Co., SC
Census? 1910 Sheet No. 9, Boiling Springs twp, Lexington, South Carolina
Census? 1920 Sheet No. 25A, Lexington, Lexington, South Carolina
Marriage 2 JAN 1931 394 Cameron St SE, Atlanta, GAto Ruby Lee Waters
Residence[6] 1948 (roomer) 127 Rawson SW, Atlanta, Fulton, GA
Marriage 1960 to Ruth Sexton
Occupation[5] Black & Munn (1948)
Occupation? Brick Mason
Death[3] 23 NOV 1976 High Point, Guilford, NC
Burial[4] 26 NOV 1976 Floral Garden Park Cemetery, High Point, NC


Born Vary Americus Hyler, called himself “Mack”


Married Ruby Waters, had daughter, Betty, and divorced. Later remarried. After Ruby’s death married Ruth Sexton.


According to Social Security Application on 2-25-37 : Mack Huyler SS# 258-03-744_ (7?) (9?) No wife listed Address: 446 Watkins St. Auguasta, GA Work: The Buckeye Cotton Oil Co. Molly Pond Rd, Auguasta, GA Age: 35 Birthday: 4-2-1902 Place of Birth: Columbia, SC (Richland Co.) Father: John Willis Huyler Mother: Ida Leaphart Male White


An article about the head-on collision that claimed Mack Huyler appears in the Wednesday, November 24, 1976 issue of the High Point Enterprise. It reads:

[Picture showing cars and two people bending over gurney with someone on it, with caption: VICTIM OF HEAD-ON COLLISION RECEIVES TREATMENT]

“HEAD-ON COLLISION CLAIMS LIFE OF HIGH POINT MAN, INJURES 3 A head-on collision Tuesday about 2:30 p.m. on Wendover Avenue near Tarrant Road claimed the life of one man and resulted in two women being hospitalized.

Killed was Mack Huyler, 73, of 916 Randolph St. Highway patrolmen said that Huyelr was alone in his car at the time of the accident. He was dead on arrival at Moses Cone Hospital in Greensboro.

Listed in satisfactory condition today at High Point Memorial were Mable Marie Short and Brenda Joyce Robertson, both of Rt. 11, Greensboro, and both passengers in a car driven by Albert S. Short, 68, who was treated and released from the hospital.

Patrolmen said that a witness told them that the Huyler vehicle crossed to the left lane and ran head-on into the Short car.

Mr. Huyler was born in Lexington County, SC, April 2, 1903, and had been a resident of the High Point vicinity for about 16 years. He was a retired brick mason and was of the Baptist faith. In 1960, he married Ruth Sexton. She survives of the home.

Surviving in addition to his wife are one daughter, Mrs. Roy (Betty) Albea of Decatur, GA; six grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren.

Funeral will be at 2 p.m. Friday at Cumby Chestnut Drive Chapel by the Rev. E. M. Gardner and the Rev. Fred Dancey. Burial will be in Floral Garden Park Cemetery. The body will remain at the Cumby Mortuary, and the family will be there Thursday night 7 to 9 and at 1204 Cloverdale St.”

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